Water Tower, Rosie, and a Robot

I had the great pleasure to reunite with Rosie the labrador. She’s a very sweet pooch: whenever you hold her leash, she takes her end gently in her teeth to lead you to where she wants you to go. Rosie is also an avid water pooch.

man and dog

I also finally got around to sketching and washing this water tower. My girlfriend and I pass this on the freeway fairly often, and it’s a very cool subject, with a lot of direct and indirect light sources. I wanted to make some trees, too, but I really didn’t want to put a lot of effort into them. My solution: blow some ink around.

water tower

And I thought I’d get back to my comfort zone and draw a Robot. It’s destroying a city for good measure.

robot

Karate Pug

As a commission to an eight-year-old karate aficionado, I did this ink wash piece. I was surprised at how many dogs do martial arts on the internet.

karate pug

Wrinkles!

Friends! I apologize for my lack of posts as of late: delicate adventures and I have been working a lot of conventions in the last two weeks and we were swamped. But I’m here now, and that’s what’s important.

So “wrinkles” is what I thought I wrote underneath the Pug (“morschinny” in Russian ), but apparently I didn’t make a crucial mark on the character that looks like a “W”. Shame on me for not checking, but I still like the pug.

wrinkles

Photoshop Partaay

Photoshop is one of my passions! I love making fake pictures for some reason. I guess that falls under the category of creepy, but admitting that I have a problem is the first step towards… I don’t know, something.

Here’s me and Sookie with a wrap around layersookie kiss 2

Pee Wee: The real work of art

peeweemonalisa

 

I was trying to tell people that I didn’t photoshop my head onto Czar Nicolas II’s body, but raised a lot of questions.

me in fancy gear

This might be the best thing I’ve ever done in my life.
mugabefallstreetfighter2

Here are some pieces I ran through Illustrator

xenomorph3 kiss shorty6 boaring